Sunday, November 17, 2013

Storm Predictions

Last night we went to bed with the news that parts of Saudi Arabia were experiencing heavy rains and flooding.  There were also predictions that the storms would be heading our way, but so far all is quiet.
 After all the talk of storms, I was surprised to see the sun this morning in such a beautiful shade of red.
 Lots of clouds.
 But so far no rain.
They are saying we should expect some in the early morning hours.
A light rain is okay. But this country is not prepared for heavy rains.
This day passed all too quickly and now it is time to follow Jingles lead.
Goodnight everyone!

22 comments:

Debby said...

Stay safe if the storms do come. We are under a storm watch here in Ohio for the day. it is very dark. We can take the rain but not a power outage. Good luck.

Melanie said...

It is Sunday afternoon here right now and we've had horrible storms all day. I have some big tree branches on my patio from my neighbor's tree, but that's no big deal...just 3 hours south of us, a tornado hit and devastated an entire little town.

Createology said...

Wow that red sun is stunning. We are praying for rain here also. Jingles looks very content. Peace and Joy...

Susan said...

Gorgeous red sun photo, Tammy. Made me think of this childhood jingle:

Red sky at night, sailors' delight.
Red sky in morning, sailors' take warning!

Hope all is well, weather-wise and other wise. Susan

girlunwinding said...

Jingles has it down pat! We have had cloudy rainy skies all day--a nice way to wind down a weekend. We need rain just like we need sun, I guess. Sleep tight.
~Dawn

linda said...

Sweet dreams Tammy I hope the storms pass you by, that red sun is beautiful. :)

Sam I Am...... said...

Do you think it was the full moon? We had storms last night and there were terrible storms across parts of the U.S. today with several people killed and houses destroyed. I was watching my fav football team when they had to leave the field and the people had to leave the stadium because of severe weather. Quite a day for some! I was up in the night with the storm as the winds and rain were horrific but all was well this morning just a chair knocked over outside. Sleep tight and safely.

Teresa Kasner said...

I'm ready for bed almost too.. pretty red sun photo. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

Alessandra Poggiagliolmi said...

stunning picture with the sun!!!!
xxx Ale

Mistea said...

Your pictures are beautiful. Love the image of the sun. Sure hope the storms did not come your way.
Have a wonderful week.

Twyla and Lindsey said...

Jingles is so cute! Tammy, I am sending prayers your way for your safety and comfort. Love Ya! Twyla

Journeyin' Lady... said...

Your photos are beautiful...and I love Jingles!

Wanda said...

Please stay safe. I've been concerned for our grandson away at college as a tornado touched down 30 miles from his college. That's to close for Grandma ....lots of prayers.

Mrs. Micawber said...

Lovely clouds ... I hope you get a LITTLE rain but only as much as you can handle. :)

Diane said...

Beautiful shot of the sun. Hope the predictions don't pan out. Have a good night and good day tomorrow. Diane

Aishwarya said...

Hi I missed quite a few of your wonderful posts. Read them all in one GO...:)

Lovely sun. Who says there's going to be a storm? Stay safe

Lots of love
Aishwarya

Roses, Lace and Brocante said...

Oh I love those skies - and such a pretty red sun - it's gorgeous Tammy.

Jingles isn't at all worried about the threat of storms - he looks so comfy!!!

Shane XO

Helen Philipps said...

Loved seeing the red sun.....so exotic. I hope you keep safe from the storms and have sweet dreams, Tammy.
Helen x

Tanna at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

There is an old saying: Red sky at night, a sailor's delight. Red sky in morning, sailor's take warning. Don't know how true it is... but, I always think of it with a red sky. ;) Glad Jingles is getting some good rest (after those taunting birds the other day). ;) blessings ~ tanna

Our Neck of the Woods said...

Wow, that first photo is amazing! And Jingles is so cute. :)

Dagmar said...

Amazing photos yet once again, and Jingles seems oblivious of it all! just like all good cats do❤️

Linda said...

Well, we had the storm of all storms this time, Tammy here in central Illinois. Our neighboring community of Gifford, Illinois was badly destroyed and this time it's personal - many classmates of Sarah's lost their homes and our dearest, oldest friends (like family) lost their entire homestead in the country (just 3 miles southeast of our home) as did many other farmhomes along the tornado's destructive path. I've spent the past 2 days, including my birthday yesterday, helping salvage and clean up. Thankfully, they were able to salvage a bunch of personal items, but it's a total rebuild of course. Such an odd time of year for us to have this kind of weather here and I know friends at 3 different parts of Illinois that were all affected by tornados on Sunday afternoon. So nutty.

Hope you are having a good new week.
Linda

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